From the Internet of Things to autonomous drivingFrom climate protection to new mobility concepts, technological advances and new political and social requirements have sparked a discussion about the future of automobiles.
In this way, there has been a lot of talk about the changes in intelligence and sustainability, but what does this really consist of and how does it affect the future of driving? Also, what are the technological keys that will take place?
The vision of the cars of the future could be summed up as being electric and sustainable, but also smart, connected and digitally operated. They will even be able to transport passengers to their chosen destination autonomously in autopilot mode, which will become a safe and comfortable option.
Today, automotive factories and component suppliers are working on new concepts and technologies to develop solutions to the many challenges this vision poses. Many of these technologies are already being used in series production today, and they are rapidly gaining ground.
In this sense, the automotive industry has relied on the knowledge of Henkel for many years in this process, as their bonding, sealing and surface treatment solutions are geared towards making cars more sustainable, safer and more comfortable.